The Board of Trustees has a responsibility to adopt, monitor and review the policies of The Aloud Charity. Each policy is reviewed on an annual basis with different policies considered at each quarterly board meeting. Staff are involved in the development and revision of policies prior to presentation to Trustees.
Dignity at Work Policy
We are fully committed to sustaining a positive and mutually supportive working environment free from harassment, discrimination, bullying and victimisation. This policy describes our commitment to equality, diversity and inclusion at work.
The Aloud Charity is committed to minimising the impact its activities have on the environment. This policy shows how we will improve our performance to ensure the sustainability of our activities.
We are committed to ensuring that all fundraising activities and initiatives are carried out in an ethical manner. This policy describes the charity’s approach to fundraising and provides guidance on best practice.
Health & Safety Policy
The Aloud Charity is committed to maintaining high standards of health and safety. This policy outlines our approach to ensuring the health and safety of those who work with us.
The Aloud Charity needs to gather and use certain information about individuals. This policy describes how this personal data is collected, handled and stored to meet the company’s data protection standards and to comply with the law.
The safeguarding of children, young people and other vulnerable people is the first priority of The Aloud Charity. This policy outlines our approach to creating safe spaces for all our members, volunteers and staff.
Volunteers are critical to the work of The Aloud Charity. This policy sets out the principles and practice by which we involve volunteers.
Welsh Language Policy
The Aloud Charity understands and celebrates the bi-lingual nature of the culture of Wales. This policy sets out how we will engage with and encourage use of the Welsh language through our work.